Tag Archive: Julian Jackson

Werner Forman Visits the UAE

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An Unusual Helicopter Trip Guest post by ASPP member Julian Jackson This is the seventh in the series of articles begun in 2012 by ASPP Member Julian Jackson about Czech-born photographer Werner Forman (1921-2010), who spent his life traveling the globe photographing ancient artifacts, art and cultural heritage, as well as breath-taking landscapes….
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The Photobuyer’s UK Guide

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A Useful Reference, by ASPP Member Julian Jackson The British Isles has a long and rich history. It is the base for many valuable sources holding pictorial representations of a vast array of subjects.  Most ASPP member photobuyers will be familiar with the major suppliers of images in the UK, which include the big commercial sites such as Gettyimages, Corbis and Alamy, as…
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Werner Forman—Adventures in New Zealand

A massive road accident doesn’t stop Forman from going to take photographs. © Werner Forman Archive.

Forman has Another Brush with Death Guest post by ASPP member Julian Jackson This is the fourth in the series of articles by ASPP Member Julian Jackson about Czech-born photographer Werner Forman (1921-2010), who spent his life travelling the globe photographing ancient artifacts, art and cultural heritage, as well as breath-taking landscapes….
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ASPP Voices Online March 2014

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When is it okay to use an orphan image? Board member Doug Brooks tackled this complex question in his recent article on the Visual Connections blog. Doug discusses everything from how the Internet contributes to the separation of images from their identifying information, (in essence, creating orphan images), to the difficulties lawmakers…
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